See Prineville, OR, and the surrounding area in an RV from RVshare. If you are searching for an inexpensive RV rental at a great low price, you can find a towable RV for less than $100 per night. Driveable RVs are available in the $150-$250 range. Bunkhouse trailers for families average $150 per night.
Stock up on supplies and explore the city of Redmond, just 20 miles away. Antique lovers should plan to spend a couple of hours looking through the antique shops.
The nearby town of Terrebonne is a rock climber's paradise as the popular Smith Rock State Park is here. With over 1500 climbing routes, this area attracts thrill-seeking climbers from around the world.
It's just a 30-mile drive north to see a world-class collection of vintage airplanes. The town of Madras is home to the Erickson Aircraft Collection, where 20 vintage planes are on display, most from the World War II area. While you are in Madras, book a guided whitewater raft trip so you can experience Class IV rapids in an adrenaline-pumping adventure on the Deschutes River.
Founded in 1870, the city of Prineville is best known as a ranching and timber town. As the demand for timber has declined over the years, the city has partially reinvented itself by bringing in data centers for both Facebook and Apple. Be sure to stop by the Bowman Museum on Main Street for a look at their interactive exhibits on the history of this Wild West town.
Prineville Reservoir is the main attraction for outdoor enthusiasts visiting the area. Plan to spend several days here fishing, swimming, hiking, and boating. Be sure to check the park schedule for night sky programs led by an expert in constellation viewing.
Spend time at Prineville's Wildland Firefighters Monument, which honors the sacrifice of nine local woodland firefighters who lost their lives in the Storm King fire outside Glenwood Springs, Colorado. This bronze monument stands in Prineville's Ochoco Creek Park.
Check out Prineville's Circle of Honor War Memorial, which is dedicated to prisoners of war and those missing in action from World Wars I and II, the Korean War, Vietnam, and Operation Desert Storm. The Crooked River Scenic Drive is a 20-mile drive, or bike ride, through Crooked River Canyon on the way to Bowman Dam.
Terrebonne, Oregon, attracts thrill-seeking mountain climbers to its famous Smith Rock State Park.
Redmond, Oregon, is a centralized location that provides convenient access to all the outdoor activities of central Oregon.
Bend, Oregon, is the foremost Oregon city for outdoor adventure accompanied by great craft beer.
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon’s only national park, is home to the deepest lake in the United States. At a depth of 1,949 feet, the lake occupies a caldera that was formed when volcanic Mount Mazama collapsed. Circling the lake is the 33-mile Rim Drive with 30 overlook viewing stops. Only one seasonal campground within the park, the Mazama Campground, can accommodate RVs.
Ninety miles south of Seattle, Washington, Mt. Rainier National Park is home to the tallest mountain in the Cascade Range. Hikers can enjoy over 275 miles of hiking trails. Mountain climbers visit the park by the thousands to scale this 14,410-foot active volcano. There are three campgrounds in the park: Cougar Rock Campground, Ohanapecosh Campground, and White River Campground. Camping within the park is only open seasonally during the summer months.
Redwood National Park is actually four separate parks owned by the state of California and the federal government. These four parks are Redwood National Park, Prairie Creek State Park, Jedidiah State Park, and Del Norte State Park. The park is home to the tallest trees in the world. Its location along the Northern California coastline gives this park its year-round mild temperature and pleasant climate. Four campgrounds within the national park can accommodate RV's: Jedediah Smith Campground, Mill Creek Campground, Gold Bluff Beach Campground, and Elk Prairie Campground. Some RV size restrictions exist, and reservations are required.
LaPine State Park offers everything people look for on an Oregon vacation, including trout fishing in the Deschutes River and miles of multi-use trails for hiking and mountain biking. In winter, the trails provide a place for snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing. The state campground here offers 82 RV sites with full hookups and 47 electric and water-only sites. A dump station is on-site to dump your RV tanks, and it is free for both guests and non-guests.
Outdoor water activities are the highlight of The Cove Palisades State Park in central Oregon. Man-made reservoir Lake Billy Chinook offers fishing, swimming, windsurfing, boating, and water skiing. This generously sized lake has an average depth of 102 feet and is surrounded by 72 miles of shoreline. Seasonal RV camping is available here at both the Deschutes River Campground and the Crooked River Campground. During the summer months, boat rentals are available on the lake.
On the banks of the Deschutes River sits Tumalo State Park, which is full of challenging hikes in a scenic setting. Wildlife viewing in the area provides a glimpse of blue herons, eagles, coyotes, and deer. The Tumalo State Campground offers 23 full-hookup sites.
Top among landmarks in the state of Oregon, Smith Rock is only 20-miles from Prineville. World-class mountain climbers come here to scale the more than 1,500 climbing routes. Non-climbers will appreciate the area's casual hiking trails.
Chimney Rock provides an amazing view of the landscape. The hike there is an easy 2.6 miles round-trip with an elevation gain of only 665 feet. Trails allow dogs and mountain bikes. The gravel parking area has room for eight cars. Boman Dam, which creates the Prineville Reservoir, is 240 feet high and supplies the neighboring area with farm water irrigation.
The popular Crooked River Ranch RV Park houses 90 full-hookup spaces that are popular with families. Couples looking for a relaxed atmosphere will appreciate the River Rim RV Park LLC, a smaller park with only 24 full-hookup sites. The Crown Villa RV Resort is a top pick for any RV traveler looking for larger sites. Back-in sites can accommodate rigs up to 72 feet while extra-long pull-through sites accommodate vehicles up to 103 feet. All sites have full RV hookups.
Jasper Point Campground at Prineville Reservoir State Park offers use of the dump station free of charge. Sun Rocks RV Resort's dump station is free for its guests. High Desert RV and Auto Repair has a dump station for just a $5 fee, and the Crook County RV Park at the fairgrounds station is available for $10.
A popular choice for RV storage in Prineville is Central Oregon RV Storage, where outdoor sites range in price from $60 to $70 per month, depending on length. At Secure Storage in Prineville, outdoor covered spaces average $148 per month while an enclosed 24x45 foot space is around $400 per month. Rounding out the list of top picks is the Juniper Canyon Storage Facility, with two locations in town that offer outdoor storage starting as low as $50 per month for a 15x45 foot space.
Motorhomes are divided into Class A, B, and C vehicles. On average expect to pay $185 per night for Class A, $149 per night for Class B and $179 per night for Class C. Towable RVs include 5th Wheel, Travel Trailers, Popups, and Toy Hauler. On average, in Prineville, OR, the 5th Wheel trailer starts at $70 per night. Pricing for the Travel Trailer begins at $60 per night, and the Popup Trailer starts at $65 per night.Do you need to be a certain age to rent an RV in Prineville?
Yes. The minimum age is 25 to be eligible to get an RV Rental in Prineville from RVshare.Does RVshare have emergency roadside assistance?
Yes. Every RV rental booked through RVshare receives 24/7 emergency roadside assistance.Does RVshare offer one way RV rentals in Prineville?
Yes. Prior to renting any RV, check with the owner since not all will offer this particular option.